Deriving Value

September 25, 2019

With derivatives seemingly tailor-made to offer banks a way to manage their interest rate risk, why aren’t more community institutions interested in exercising this particular option?

About Bob Newman

Bob Newman is Managing Director for Chatham’s Financial Institutions business which specializes in interest rate risk management, hedge accounting and investment advisory for banks. Prior to joining Chatham in 2003, Bob spent 20 years in commercial banking, helping to start the derivatives operation at Maryland National Bank and expand the derivatives effort at SunTrust. He graduated from the College of William and Mary with a BA in Economics and has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

 

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